Construction of a new pumping station infrastructure in the municipality of Lillestrøm. The project has great social significance in terms of reducing pollution and maintaining the waste management.
Newcastle WwTW project represents one of the most challenging wastewater facility upgrades to be undertaken for the client Northern Ireland Water in recent years.
The project involved the Design and Build of two sub-surface vaults for the disposal of solid low-level radioactive waste from the Dounreay facility. This development is an essential part of the infrastructure needed to complete the decommissioning and closure of the former nuclear research site.
The ‘Flens framtida vattenförsörjning’ project aims to secure the future water demand and quality in Flen, Sweden. WSP was contracted for the design of a new 20 kilometre pipeline to transfer water from a nearby municipality to solve the water quality issues that currently affect the area.
Bornsjön is a water conservation area and Stockholm Water and waste reservoir. The main objective of the project was to secure Bornsjön as a reserve water area for the future by addressing the internal phosphorus load in the lake.
Mosjøen Harbor Remediation includes dredging of contaminated sediment and placement of this sediment in steel sheetpile cells (CDF) for an extension to an existing wharf.
The Doha South Sewage Infrastructure Project is a world class solution to upgrade and expand the sewerage infrastructure in Doha’s oldest area – the south catchment. The purpose is to accommodate the projected population growth for an additional million people.
Scottish Water determined, through the Glasgow Strategic Studies (GSS) Value Management process, that a new tunnelled sewer to relieve the existing South Side No.1 Sewer in Glasgow is the preferred strategic hydraulic solution to deliver regulatory drivers for the Shieldhall catchment.
The Salt Water Supply System for Pok Fu Lam Area is a design and construction supervision assignment commissioned by the Water Supplies Department (WSD) of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, for a new salt water supply system serving the Pok Fu Lam area of Hong Kong Island.
The aim of the project was to provide a replacement plant for the treatment of raw river water pumped from the River Axe and discharged into the Cheddar Reservoir.